As a solo artist and as part of The Glitch Mob, edIT has made a name for himself as a master of live beats and glitchy textures. In a new video series, edIT's sharing his tips for music-making and live performance - starting with this video, on quantized drumming with Clips.
Audio to MIDI is one of the coolest new features in Live 9, allowing you to transform monophonic melodies, polyphonic harmonies, and drum beats, into MIDI clips. In this new tutorial video, we've provided some tips on how to get a more efficient workflow - with more accurate results - out of this powerful new feature.
Love it or hate it, it's hard to escape Baauer's viral "Harlem Shake". In a new tutorial, MacProVideo's Gary Hiebner looks at how to produce a "Harlem Shake"-style track in Ableton Live, using the 808 drums included in Drum Machines, in addition to Live's effects.
Part of a new set of Creative Tools in Live 9 Suite, the MonoSequencer is a versatile Max for Live device for sequencing notes and expressions. In a new two-part tutorial, Max creators Cycling '74 demonstrate some of the features of Mono Sequencer.
Ableton Live's native effect devices are excellent tools for both subtle and extreme sound design. Two new tutorials from MacProVideo cover the wilder end of things, looking at digital distortion effects with Redux and Erosion, then making "demonic" voice effects using the Vocoder a transposed sample.
Ableton Certified Trainer DJ Vespers starts a new series of tutorials with a special guest, renown sound designer Myagi. Follow along as Myagi demonstrates how to use Analog, Ableton's analog modeling synth, along with Live's native devices, to create a riser effect for transitions in your tracks.
Continuing in a recent series that's seen him tackle Avicii and SBTRKT, among others, Point Blank instructor Ski Oakenfull now sets his sights on "White Noise", a collaboration betwee up-and-coming acts Disclosure and AlunaGeorge.